Six straight losses.

That’s the streak Indiana took to the locker room following Thursday’s 61-50 loss to Rutgers. Once again, the Hoosiers were a one-and-done in the B1G Tournament, failing to make a field goal in the final 9:48 of a must-win game against the Scarlet Knights. IU dropped to 12-15 on the season and still hasn’t reached the NCAA Tournament under head coach Archie Miller.

Frustration boiled over into the bleachers, with Indiana fans chanting “Fire Archie!” during the team’s scoring drought. There was also a showering of boos that were audible on Big Ten Network’s Thursday night coverage.

After the game, Miller was asked about his future with the program. Will he be back again for the 2021-22 season? Or is it the end of the road after little success through four seasons?

“I’m not entering any offseason wondering if I’m gonna be back,” Miller said, per Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star. “Those decisions are made higher up than me. My job is to coach the team.”

Miller is 67-56 as the head coach at Indiana with just one postseason appearance, an NIT berth in the 2018-19 season. The Hoosiers likely would’ve reached the NCAA Tournament last year after a 20-12 campaign and a win in the B1G Tournament, but the postseason was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

But the question is still there. Will Miller return? His buyout is $10 million, so Indiana will have to dig deep into its pockets if it wants to make a change before next season.